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Dr. Debashri Ghosh
Senior Scientist
Fiber Optics and Photonics Division
Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute
Kolkata 700032

Phone: +9133 24838083
FAX: : +9133 24730957
E-mail: debashri@cgcri.res.in

B.Sc. Hons. (Physics), University of Burdwan
M.S. . (Applied Physics), Bengal Engineering and Science University
Ph.D. (Science), Jadavpur University

Dr. Ghosh joined CSIR-CGCRI in April 2016

Research Interest
Nonlinear Optics and Soliton dynamics; Photonic crystal fibers; Supercontinuum generation; Plasmonics and Metamaterials.

Professional Career
  • Post-Doctoral research fellow at Gas Phase Photonic and Microwave Materials Group, XLIM Research Institute, University of Limoges, France from October 2012 to September 2014.
  • Senior Scientist at CSIR-CGCRI from April 2016 till date.

  • CSIR Technology award for Innovation - 2015 for ‘Development of completely packaged all-fiber Supercontinuum light source’.
  • Dr. Debabrata Basu Memorial Award for the Best young researcher at CSIR-CGCRI, Kolkata in 2012.
  • Research Associateship by CSIR, Govt. of India in 2012.
  • Senior Research Fellowship by CSIR, Govt. of India in 2009.
  • IITD-FOS Photonics award in the international conference Photonics - 2008 at IIT Delhi for the best research paper by authors from an Indian organization.
  • Scholarship under the National Scholarship Scheme of the Government of India in 2003.

Selected Publications
Summary: In SCI journals: 20; Conference Proceedings: 17; Book chapters: 2
Best Five Publications:
  1. "Design and fabrication of microstructured optical fibers with optimized core suspension for enhanced supercontinuum generation", D. Ghosh, S. Bose, S. Roy and S.K. Bhadra, Journal of Lightwave Technology, vol. 33, 4156-4162 (2015).
  2. "Efficient supercontinuum sources based on suspended core microstructured fibers", D. Ghosh, S. Roy and S.K. Bhadra, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, vol. 20, 7600108 (2014).
  3. "Efficient spectral broadening in the 100-W average power regime using gas filled kagome HC-PCF and pulse compression", F. Emaury, C.J. Saraceno, B. Debord, D. Ghosh, A. Diebold, F. Gerome, T. Südmeyer, F. Benabid and U. Keller, Optics Letters, vol. 39, 6843-6846 (2014).
  4. "Blue-extended sub-nanosecond supercontinuum generation in simply designed nonlinear microstructured optical fibers", D. Ghosh, S. Roy, M. Pal, P. Leproux, P. Viale, V. Tombelaine and S.K. Bhadra, Journal of Lightwave Technology, vol. 29, 146-152 (2011).
  5. "Picosecond fiber MOPA pumped supercontinuum source with 39 W output power", K.K. Chen, S. Alam, J.H.V. Price, J.R. Hayes, D. Lin, A. Malinowski, C. Codemard, D. Ghosh, M. Pal, S.K. Bhadra and D.J. Richardson, Optics Express, vol. 18, 5426-5432 (2010).

Patents filed / Granted Summary:

    • A process of fabrication of silica-based index-guided nonlinear microstructured optical fibers with optimized suspension of air holes.
      Shyamal Kumar Bhadra, Debashri Ghosh, Mrinmay Pal, Mukul Chandra Paul.
      No. 1560DEL2013, Filed on 24.5.2013
    • A process of fabrication of ytterbium-doped cladding-pumped air-clad fiber for use as a highly efficient high power laser source in the infra-red wavelength region.
      Shyamal Kumar Bhadra, Debashri Ghosh, Mrinmay Pal, Mukul Chandra Paul, Shyamal Das.
      No. 3814DEL2013, Filed on 30.12.2013

  • Notable Research Contribution:
    • Development of nonlinear Photonic crystal fiber for Supercontinuum generation.
    • Involved in the fabrication of rare-earth doped air-clad fiber for laser applications.
    • Involved in the development of gas-filled hollow core kagome fiber and fabrication of photonic microcells for laser application and pulse compression.

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